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Justin Timberlake’s Best ‘SNL’ Sketches

Justin Timberlake is putting on his suit and tie, and heading back to Saturday Night Live.

The star is set to make his SNL return on Jan. 27, marking his fifth time as musical guest as a solo artist. Dakota Johnson will be joining Timberlake, returning to the show as host for the second time.

The 10-time Grammy winner is no stranger to the Saturday Night Live stage. He joined SNL‘s coveted Five-Timers Club in March 2013, two times of which he pulled double duty as both host and musical guest. 

The “Say Something” singer has been teasing fans via social media over the past week of a potential new album era, wiping his Instagram clean before posting a series of photos from what looks like a music video set. “EITIW,” he captioned the post, with fans theorizing that the single will be called “Everything I Thought It Was.” Redditors even tracked down a trademark application filed by a mysterious LLC early last year for that phrase, as well as for “Everything I Thought It Was…A Sonic Film.”

In celebration of Timberlake’s return to Saturday Night Live as well as another year of new music from the star, we’ve compiled a list of his best SNL sketches over the years, including everything from a song about gifting genitals and a short where he pimps his singing skills for vegan delights to another that finds him transforming into one “classic” lady. See below.

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